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Project Status 2008
March 06, 2008 With the availability of all index records for Scottish births and deaths to 2006 on the scotlandspeople site, addition of all Brebner/Bremner/Bryme records from this collection is proceeding well. At this time all death index records have been added to the Deaths and Burials Database, and work has begun on the transcription of the births, with that expected to be complete at the end of March.

Individuals in the primary event databases:

•  Births:    27,000

•  Marriages:    12,000

•  Deaths:    17,000

As soon as the marriage index is available to 2006, it too will be transcribed.

Along with these transcriptions, links to many of those individuals in the compiled genealogies have also been made.

March 01, 2008 The ongoing transcription and linking of individuals in the 1841-1901 UK censuses is proceeding well. Using a combination of resources on FreeCen and, many of the details of each household are being added, with this ongoing project being about 90% complete.

Individuals in the census datasets:

•  1841    5912 individuals

• 1851    5958

• 1861    6436

• 1871    4572

• 1881    6277

• 1891    5288

• 1901    5838

Addition of Brebner/Bremner/Brymer females under their married names, showing their families in at least one census subsequent to their marriage is one goal of this part of the project. Once that is complete, it should help in determining which families emigrated.

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